Identifies hazardous workplace conditions and removes hazards and/or protects employees by guarding machinery, revising work procedures, and training employees. Takes effective steps to ensure that workplace conditions comply with applicable Federal, State, Local and Henkel occupational safety and health standard provisions and that all required SHE records are prepared, accurate, up-to-date and complete. Organizes, leads, and participates in activities that promote employee involvement in the SHE program (i.e. safety committees, accident investigation teams, inspection/audit teams, etc). Responsible for the completion of the incident investigation process using participative root cause analysis techniques. Develops and schedules SHE training and provides day-to-day coaching, feedback, and functional leadership on the effectiveness of SHE programs. Provides consultative guidance and information to the local, regional and global management team on SHE priorities and risks, associated costs, performance, issues, and interpretation of regulatory requirements. Safety is a fundamental aspect of this role and is part of everyone’s responsibility.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Design and implement effective SHE programs in alignment with business objectives and maintain compliance with all Henkel, Federal, State, and Local regulatory requirements.
- Identify risk conditions which could produce occupational injuries or illnesses and eliminate/reduce the occurrence of unwanted, undesired conditions and behaviors (injuries, illnesses, unsafe acts, unsafe conditions, environmental releases, exposures to chemical / physical agents, etc).
- Facilitate the development and reinforcement of behaviors and attitudes that contribute to a culture of employee engagement that supports the goals of Henkel’s SHE programs.
- Investigate occupational and environmental accidents/incidents using participative root cause analysis techniques and develop appropriate response to prevent recurrence.
- Design, develop and ensure appropriate administration of SHE training for all employees, including new hire safety orientation programs.
- Create and maintain accurate, up-to-date, and complete records and documentation (Manuals, SOPs, JRAs, WHAs, etc) as related to Corporate and Site SHE requirements.
- Achieve full compliance with regulatory and Henkel SHE standards by directly supporting facility staff with policies, procedures, work instructions and training.
- Acts as Site “Dangerous Goods/Chemicals” Safety Advisor (DGSA)
- Working with local management team to drive and improve health and safety standards across the site within area of responsibility and where required to meet ISO 18001 and 14001 standards.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Bachelor’s degree in Occupational Health and Safety, Business Administration, Environmental Science, or other related discipline with 10 years related experience or equivalent combination of education and experience.
- Must possess knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary for leading and directing programs; including the ability to perform detailed risk assessments on all applicable machinery/equipment in the facility and the ability to prioritize assessed risks and ensure that effective controls are implemented.
- Must possess a working knowledge of regulatory requirements (i.e. OSHA), SHE Program Management (Safety, Industrial Hygiene, and Environmental), Risk Management, Behavior-Based Safety, EPA, DOT, Training, and Auditing.
- Ability to persevere in times of crisis and handle adverse circumstances effectively.
- Information Management/Computer Skills – has solid knowledge in the use and features of the suite of Microsoft packages (especially Access and Excel). Can work with integrated databases and generate neatly formatted numerical and graphical reports.
- Communications – is able to communicate (verbal and written) clearly, accurately and effectively in formal and informal settings. Listens well in one-on-one and group settings. Realizes when information needs to be communicated to appropriate parties.
- Interpersonal – knows how to develop and maintain collaborative relationships with managers and employees at all levels. Able to participate on team projects by contributing ideas that add value and completing team assignments. Is able to give and receive feedback constructively and modify behavior accordingly.
- Project Management – is able to set goals on projects in collaboration with others. Remains organized while conducting various activities and coordinates own work efforts to stay on schedule. Recognizes when projects are not meeting expectations and offers recommendations.
- Cognitive – can independently arrive at good solutions on simpler problems and works with others to solve more complex problems. Makes well-informed decisions and recognizes the need for new or modified approaches. Designs and completes basic quantitative and qualitative analyses to evaluate and display various types of information and data. Reviews information for accuracy and completeness and draws accurate conclusions from data.
- Personal Effectiveness – can be counted on to honor commitments and follow through. Builds stable, trusting relationships. Strives for quality and continuous improvement as a way of doing business and consistently demonstrates high ethical standards. Manages time and effectively balances multiple competing priorities while setting challenging and aggressive goals.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and levels of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified.
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Job Opportunity at The St. Louis Safety Council
Posted: Jun 19, 2020
Position – Office Administrator
The Office Administrator interfaces with and provides service for the Safety Council of Greater St. Louis’ clients. The Office Administrator is responsible for ensuring that clients are served properly, that all relevant class-related and assessment-related materials, paperwork, and tasks are completed, and other duties as assigned. All with timely delivery in a manner consistent with established policies and procedures.
- Taking, handling, and routing phone calls
- Scheduling corporate and court clients’ classes and assessments
- Administrating and entering clients’ information into the database
- Supervising the SATOP Intake process on Wednesdays
- Coordinating Contractors/Court Liaisons
- Handling program fees
- Monitoring Office supply needs and fulfillment
- Assisting with special meetings and events
- Preparing materials, rosters, and certificates for classes
- Other duties as assigned
About The Safety Council of Greater St Louis:
Founded in 1916, The Safety Council of Greater St. Louis is a non-Profit 501 (c)(3), nongovernmental, public service organization dedicated to protecting life and promoting health. The primary focus of the Safety Council of Greater St. Louis is preventing injuries from occurring in workplaces, homes, communities and motor vehicles allowing all in our community to return home, safe and healthy. We are located near I-44 and Hampton in St. Louis.
To Apply – email your resume and cover letter to Mary Beth Proost at: email@example.com